Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Another Stationery Box


I've been busy creating again...this time I've made up a pattern for a very easy Four Card Stationery Box. You can make it with one sheet of 12"x12" card stock, or even patterned paper (like our Designer Series Paper), with pieces to spare. You can use the pieces to make layers on cards to put in the box, so that the colors all coordinate. This is another project where you can keep it simple and let the Designer Series Paper do all the work, or you could bling everything up to your heart's delight! Just keep in mind, the more height your embellishments have on stationery or notecards, the more postage it may cost to mail.


Download your Four Card Stationery Box Pattern HERE.

The directions are very easy, so I won't post a tutorial. I'll just add another couple of pictures below--views of the inside of the box. [Remember: click on any photo to see a larger view!] Feel free to drop me an email if you get stuck on the assembly. You may find it helpful to cut and tape two sheets of scrap printer paper together to make an 8"x12" sheet to practice the assembly of this pattern first, so you don't risk messing up a nice sheet of patterned paper or card stock!


As you can see on my cards below, I used the Spring Silhouettes Designer Series Paper (DSP), to match the box. When you cut a 12" x 12" sheet down to use for this 8" x 12" sheet pattern, you have a 4" x 12" piece left. You can get two pieces of 4" x 5-1/4" out of that strip to layer onto your notecards, so this is a very efficient pattern. A picture of each individual card follows the group picture...these turned out so pretty!! I rolled the So Swirly Jumbo wheel onto the flap of an envelope to go with each card.




Stampin' Supplies: Spring Silhouettes Designer Series Paper, Holiday Blitz stamp set (thank you saying), Jumbo So Swirly wheel (flap of envelopes), Soft Sky ink & card stock, Wild Wasabi ink & card stock, Very Vanilla card stock & grosgrain ribbon, Large Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch, Horizontal Slot Punch, Soft Sky Double Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Wild Wasabi Double Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals®.

7 comments :

Becky said...

Kimberly...I LOVE this...thanks for the pattern!

Erin said...

Oooh, awesome!! :) I have a set of four cards that I've been trying to figure out how to bundle for an upcoming event, and this will work *perfectly* for it, thank you!!!

Lorraine Castellon-Rowe said...

Thank you so much for this awesome idea AND pattern!!! You Rock!! Love this set you've created, can't wait to case it.
Lorraine Castellon-Rowe

Keri Blake said...

Another beautiful project, Kimberly! Thanks so much for sharing the box template!
All the best ~

Keriout said...

Another beautiful project, Kimberly! Thanks for sharing the template!
All the best ~

Carol V said...

Just this morning I was thinking of something to give my regular customers....club members and those that always send in an order at "just the right time"... This is PERFECT. Thanks for sharing

Karen Rogers said...

That's so gorgeous & maybe just the little extra to add some cards to for Christmas presents - TFS